KCCA FC Ease Past BUL to Maintain Unbeaten Start

Wednesday, December 1
*Gaddafi FC 1-3 Vipers SC

KCCA FC rolled past BUL FC to extend their unbeaten start in the 2021 Uganda Premier League.

Innocent Wafula, Charles Lwanga and Davis Kasirye were on target for Morley Byekwaso’s side.

Musa Esenu scored against his former bosses but the goal was not enough to rescue BUL FC at Lugogo.

Wafula scored his first goal for the Kasasiro Boys at the stroke of halftime to open his club account for the first time since he joined the Lugogo side from Mbarara City.

Lwanga who came on for Sadat Anaku doubled the host’s lead in the 77th minutes with a solo effort and two minutes later Davis Kasirye tapped in at the near post.

Davis Kasirye (yellow). KCCA FC photo

KCCA got the first chance of the game with Saidi Keni pushing Kasirye early effort.

Anaku’s spectacular effort went over the bar and the youngster also headed wide Herbert Achai’s cross.

Mato Rogers and Ashraf Mugume both missed from close range for the home team while Denis Iguma rattled the crossbar.

Esenu was again on target against his former employers to pull one back for BUL in the 83rd minutes.

Joseph Ssemujju missed from the spot before Musa Esenu header went wide.

Action at Lugogo. KCCA FC

BUL are now winless in their last two games after a one-all draw against Gadaffi.

KCCA stretch their lead on the top of the table with 22 points in 8 matches.

BUL FC who started the day in 3rd position, slips to 5th with 14 points in 8 matches.

What next for both sides

KCCA’s next game is a visit away to Vipers at the St Mary’s stadium Kitende on Sunday 5th while BUL host Busoga United in the Jinja Derby on Tuesday 7th at the Kyabazinga Stadium Bugembe

How they started

KCCA XI: Derrick Ochan (GK), Innocent Wafula, John Revita, Goefrey Wasswa, Herbert Achai, Denis Iguma, Ashraf Mugume, Arafat Usama, Mato Rogers, Davis Kasirye, Sadat Anaku

BUL FC XI: Saidi Keni (GK), Richard Ayiko, Douglas Muganga, Walter Ochora, Hillary Onek, Ibrahim Kazindula, George Kasonko, Ibrahim Mugulusi, Simon Peter Oketch, Musa Esenu, Richard Wandyaka



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